Oct 292019
 

Two WINNERs will win a ONN DVD player with 5 Redbox rental coupons.

Value $249

Date: 10/28~11/08/2019 12am

USA Only 18+

Hosted by: Night Helper & Walmart

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We reserve the right to make revisions, to cancel, or suspend this contest for any reason. We are not associated with any of the companies named above. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to the US 18+ only. Confirmed Winner(s) (by Random.org) will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor(s) will be responsible for product shipment to winner(s) of this giveaway. Night Helper Blog (and any other blog participating) is not responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements. Entrants must only enter with either one email address, IP address and/or Facebook account, anyone found violating these rules will be disqualified. It is at the sole discretion of the admin of the giveaway if the winner has met the rules or not.

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Oct 102019
 

Prize Box Giveaway

US Only

Prize Box Giveaway

The Christmas Season is nearing – this giveaway has some great items that you could use for Christmas Gifts.

One WINNER will win a Prize Box:

Kinetic Sand

Teach My Kindergarten Learning Kit

Classic Yahtzee

STMT Create Your Own Bracelet

Gamevice Controller

Yeti, Set, Go Game

Value $120

Date: 10/10~10/19/2019 12am

USA Only 18+

Hosted by: Night Helper

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Disclosure: We reserve the right to make revisions, to cancel, or suspend this contest for any reason. We are not associated with any of the companies named above. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to the US 18+ only. Confirmed Winner(s) (by Random.org) will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor(s) will be responsible for product shipment to winner(s) of this giveaway. Night Helper Blog (and any other blog participating) is not responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements. Entrants must only enter with either one email address, IP address and/or Facebook account, anyone found violating these rules will be disqualified. It is at the sole discretion of the admin of the giveaway if the winner has met the rules or not.

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Oct 012019
 

Rockford Peaches Kids Costume Giveaway

Rockford Peaches Kids Costume GiveawayBrought to you by TV Store Online and It’sFreeatLast.com

About TV Store Online

Welcome to TV Store Online, your source for classic TV and movie shirts and memorabilia. TV Store Online has a gigantic selection of popular movie and TV paraphernalia for all ages and generations. Browse our huge inventory to see cool Movie T Shirts from the cult classics, 80s T Shirts sporting the logo or catch phrase of your favorite childhood TV show, and fun 80s costumes that will make you the life of the party.

TV Store Online is your one-stop-shop for all fanatical gear galore. From GoT to Avengers, from Wonder Woman swimwear to Harry Potter socks, you are sure to find the perfect pop culture gear for the crazy, weird, loving fanatic in your life. Father’s Day is just around the corner…TV Store Online is the perfect place and now is the perfect time to pick something up for yourself or early holiday shopping items today.

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1 winner will receive Rockford Peaches Costume from TVStoreOnline.com!

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends 10/11/19.

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Aug 202019
 

$50 Best Buy Gift Card Giveaway

US/CAN Only

$50 Best Buy Gift Card Giveaway

Do you have a college student heading off to school? How about little ones starting out for the first time? Are you an empty-nester that just needs some updated headphones? From electronics and appliances to cool gadgets and movies, Best Buy has a HUGE assortment of things to choose from for this Back To School time of year. Let’s help get you started with a great giveaway.

***The Giveaway***

1 winner will receive $50 Best Buy Gift Card!

Giveaway is open to US & Canadian Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends 09/03/19.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries! Good luck!

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Aug 012019
 
Permission was obtained from the Canine Diabetes Support and Information Group Admin(s) before writing this post.

Where does one turn when they learn of their pup being diagnosed with Canine Diabetes?  I’ll tell you where.  You’ll want to join the Canine Diabetes Support and Information Group on Facebook.  Read on to learn why.

Canine Diabetes Support and Information Facebook Group

Our Pup’s Story and How I Found the Best Canine Diabetic Support Group

Diabetic dog

Diabetic 2.5 yrs…12.5 yr old Gracie enjoying the water at the fishing pond – yes, she’s blind now, but functions extremely well.

Around Christmas in 2017, I began smelling a foul-sweet smell in my bedroom.  When I say foul – I mean foul – it wasn’t just a fruity sweet smell as a diabetic is referenced to have.  I couldn’t understand what the smell was other than one of my male cats spraying in my room from the stray cat coming around again.  Though, if you’ve ever had cats that spray, you know the scent of a male cat’s spray is a putrid strong scent – nothing like what I was smelling. Regardless, my daughter and I tore apart my room – washing everything – literally everything with a product meant to rid the smell of territorial spraying.  The smell went away.

But…

Not for long.  I began to smell it again.  So, once again we tore my room apart, washing everything…everything, once again.  The odor went away again.

Time progressed a bit and I began to smell that foul sweet smell in the living room when I laid on the sofa.  Deep cleaning began in the living room.  I just couldn’t understand what the deal was at this point.  No one else in the house could smell what I was smelling…no one.  How could this be – the smell was so raunchy.  I had no choice but to let it go – I was driving people crazy asking them if they could smell a foul-sweet smell every. single. time. I smelled it – which got to be all the time.

Time went on, I noticed a change in Gracie.  She looked depressed.  She appeared as though she was losing weight – I could see this weight-loss despite her having a very thick furry coat. Then she began to leak urine…she was leaking it all over the floor no matter where she was lying.  Not droplets.  Not little puddles.  Not on occasion.  It was happening several times a day and there was a lot of it.  I was like – time for her to go see the vets – something isn’t right.

The time comes to venture off to the vets.  I get Gracie in the car and began to drive. And what do I get a whiff of?  Yep. You guessed it.  I smelled that foul-sweet smell for the very first time in my car.  Now mind you – Gracie goes everywhere I go unless it’s too cold, or too hot, or a place where dogs aren’t allowed yet this was the very first time I could smell that raunchy smell.

We get to the vets – I tell Gracie’s story, I tell my story.  Vet says, “Well, if she’s lying in her urine – she’s going to smell like it…she’s getting old, she’s probably experiencing bladder leakage.  We’ll get some blood work and then go from there. Though, I don’t see anything wrong in examining her.”  Then I had to ask what I had been pondering over in my mind, “could she have diabetes?”  (even though, in my head, the two things that were missing from the picture for a diabetes diagnosis were 1. excessive drinking, and 2. wanting to eat more…but… I still had to ask).  Vet confidently replied, “No.”  So…we get the blood work over with and Gracie and I head home.

Two days later – I get a call from the vet, “Please give us a call, you were right.  Gracie needs to come back right away – she has diabetes.”  My heart sank.  Sank in fear…how was I going to care for Gracie?  Could I even do this…she can’t talk to tell me what’s bothering her if something goes array…how would I know?  I knew the costs involved…I feared I wasn’t going to be able to afford to care for her, thinking insulin would be an outrageous expense as it can be for humans.  I knew what diabetes does to a human – I’ve cared for diabetics in my younger day.  My anxiety began to soar.

We get back to the vets the next day.  I’m instructed on how to draw up insulin, where and how to inject it – was given a couple of handouts on how to adjust insulin if she doesn’t eat, and a list of acceptable foods.  I was told Gracie would need to go back for “curves” – that’s when one leaves the pup at the vets for the day so they can test the blood sugar at certain intervals to make sure the pup is getting the correct dosage of insulin.  Wonderful – another added expense, never mind – how was I going to get her there that early in the AM, and then home again before they close where I have a bed-bound adult child with no one to help me at those hours?  I left the vets feeling so overwhelmed and scared…’cause seriously, how was I going to do this?

So many questions running through my head.  Questions like – I’m not testing her like a human would test their sugar level – that wasn’t even brought to the table by the vet.  I didn’t understand that – so how will I know if her sugar level drops?  How will I know if it’s rising too high?  The food – how expensive is that going to be?  How do I introduce this new food where her immune system is so off whack?  What if her tummy doesn’t do well with this new food – her tummy is so sensitive?.  What’s the life expectancy of a pup with diabetes – will this now shorten her time here on earth with me?  The questions in my head were never ending.

So I began to do what I do best.  I started searching the internet for answers.  I never just read one or two articles; therefore, my research took me quite a bit of time.  Countless hours, day and night.  I wasn’t sleeping anyway – I feared I would miss something if I did. Something like Gracie going hypo (low blood sugar) – a hypo that turned deadly.  My heart just couldn’t handle all this; nor could my head…so I just stayed awake so I wouldn’t miss a beat (though – we all know that couldn’t go on forever).

And then…

After so much reading and researching – I found an article.  An article that lead me to a Facebook Group – the Canine Diabetes Support and Information Group.  I checked the group out.  The group had a LOT of members – over 10,000.  My train of thought was – 10,000 members – that’s a lot of people with what has to be a wealth of knowledge…so I asked to join the group.

I was accepted to the group!  The acceptance into the group was one of the best days of my life!

I began reading threads.  So much of what I read made SO much sense to me.  A few days later, I mustered up the courage to tell Gracie’s story – our story.  I was welcomed by so many.  That’s not to say I still wasn’t overwhelmed – there was no denying that I still was, but – I was beginning to feel a sense of comfort.  And even though I felt this sense of comfort, I was still kind of a mental case because, now, now I needed to absorb all this information I was reading.  My mentalness subsided pretty fast though once I learned I had a support team behind me, though, more importantly, behind Gracie….guiding me on where to start first.  I came to realize that the CDSI group is where I belonged – where we belonged.  And if you have a diabetic pup – it’s where you belong, more than likely, too.

Let me introduce you to the group!  Yes, I say/write this with a lot of excitement because I don’t know what I would do without this group!

Eileen is a co-founders and admin of the CDSI group (Christy Kobielsky is the other co-founder).  Eileen recently posted  this (below) in the group which is what led me to asking if I could write a post on the group.  Because –  seriously, the world needs to know that there is a Facebook group that exists for diabetic pups that is on the UP and UP – truly having many years of knowledge to share with you, that will not lead you in the wrong direction, that will have your back no matter what time of day it is or what time zone you’re located in.  A group that has your pup’s best interest at heart with supporting you through this journey that you’d never thought would cross your path.  A group that can save you a lot of money on vet bills, on getting questions answered about food and insulin dosage and what may be the best type of insulin for your pup and where you may find it the cheapest, on savings of home testing supplies (yes, home testing is important)…..the list goes on and on.  Yes, I learned all this and more and I couldn’t be more grateful!

Eileen’s post:

About the Canine Diabetes Support and Information Group (July 2019)

CDSI, Canine Diabetes Support and Information was created over 6 years ago.

We have years upon years of hands on experience with some caring for multiple diabetic dogs, even cats.  I myself started back in 2004 with my first, and have been actively involved ever since, with 6 diabetics of my own.  Many others within our group have similar experiences to bring to the table.

CDSI works closely with several online sources for discounts for our members.  We have CDSI Helping Hands Inc, a group/board that offers help to some in need.  We had an auction the end of last year, beating all time records for first time groups.

We are working on obtaining our 501c3 status.

ALL of this shows we mean business…we care about handing you and your pups the best care possible, the safest as well to give your dogs the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible being a diabetic.

Rather recently several uninformed groups have popped up, ‘led’, and I use that term loosely, by brand new diabetic dog owners. Then with also passing along VERY dangerous, and misinformation to others that sadly fall prey.  They thrive on patting each other on the back and with criticizing the Groups that give solid information.  Information that is required for giving life to our dogs.

PLEASE, be extremely careful that you don’t fall into these groups that want nothing more than to be a community of complacent owners, not learning, not home monitoring…just barely getting by and with their head buried in the sand.

Having the ability to care for, let alone ‘teach’ others how to properly care for their diabetics takes YEARS of one on one…years of reading, learning, discussing…and NOT simply starting a group and with saying ‘this is the best place to be’.

They are deceiving you…they don’t want to take the extra steps to properly care for their dogs so are wanting others in the same corner with them…only to make themselves feel better about their lack of care. It makes me nauseous when I hear of what is coming out of these other groups…it hurts my heart for the poor pups suffering through such craziness and lack of concern.

We at CDSI care, we devote our time and energy into helping you help your dog.

Your Co Founders, Christy Kobielsky and Myself, along with our fabulous Admin./Mod. Team

Can you feel the passion Eileen references in her writing?  There literally is no denying that the members in the Canine Diabetes Support and Information group care – they care about your pup and you.

I think one of the most important messages Eileen speaks of in her post is falling prey to a Facebook group for diabetic pups that could lead you astray in caring for your pup…there are many of those on Facebook.  You need a group that has been at this for a very long time – assisting pup owners of diversified breeds.  No two dogs are alike…just as no two humans are alike.  Treatment varies from pup to pup – just as treatment varies from human to human.  The last thing you need or want is to fall into a group where there is limited experience brought to the table.

This group, the Canine Diabetic Support and Information Group will not steer you wrong.  You will learn so much from those in the CDSI group.  And, remember, a group that large has someone online 24/7 and that’s a huge benefit.  Diabetes knows no boundaries time-wise.  Trust me.  I’ve had to enlist help at 2am (not a major emergency, but rather a concerning one)…and…I got the help I needed on more than one occasion.

Please don’t be afraid to share this post.  The world needs to know there is a trusted safe haven for owners of pup’s with diabetes.  Pin this post …maybe someone who follows you will need, or needs to, see this.

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Jun 292019
 

myCharge HubPlus Portable Charger #Giveaway

US ONLY

Do you have summer travel plans and need to be fully charged at all times? The myCharge HubPlus 6700mAh portable charger has built-in iPhone and micro-USB cables for both types of phone or tablets that you need to charge. The built-in wall plug on the back makes it easier to charge than other portable chargers. Boasting a 30% reduction in size, the HubPlus is more compact and portable than ever before. We are excited to give you the chance to win one of your very own!

***The Giveaway***

1 winner will receive myCharge HubPlus 6700mAh portable charger!

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends 07/09/19.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win.

Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries! Good luck!

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Jun 122019
 

*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Best Buy. A FCS Team Member will be compensated in some form.

Captain Marvel SteelBook Collector’s Edition

Now Available at Best Buy

Captain Marvel SteelBook

 

#CaptainMarvel – It’s out!  Have you been waiting for the Captain Marvel Movie to be out in stores?  Well, it’s here and you can get your copy today including the SteelBook Collector’s Edition.  When you purchase the Captain Marvel Movie in the SteelBook Collector’s Edition from Best Buy, you’re purchasing the Collector’s Edition with super cool packaging, having custom box art that is exclusively found at Best Buy.

About Captain Marvel:

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck this sci-fi action film is the latest offering from the American comic books by Marvel Comics. The narrative follows Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), an Air Force pilot who experiences a freak accident that somehow bestows her with alien superpowers, making her Captain Marvel. With time running out, Captain Marvel joins forces with Nick Fury (Samuel.L Jackson), and together they work to save the planet from a looming war between alien races.~Clare Perez-Izaguirre Lopez

SteelBook Edition @ Best Buy

Those graphics are pretty cool, wouldn’t you say?  There are many formats available for purchase, but if you’re wanting the SteelBook Collector’s Edition, you’ll want to get yours at Best Buy.  Head on over to https://bby.me/ejll3  to snag your copy today.

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May 012019
 

Uniden R7 Radar Detector – Monitor Your Speed with Voice Activation

 

Have a lead foot?  Get speeding tickets often?  Wish you could find a way to help keep your teen safer while driving by helping them keep their speed in check?  Can’t afford the bells and whistles the newer cars offer?  The Uniden R7 Radar Detector could be just what you need.

Not everyone can afford the luxury of purchasing a newer vehicle with all the bells and whistles, I’m one of those people. In driving a couple loaner cars while my vehicle was in for repairs, a couple features of the cars I drove that I really liked were 1. the mirrors that told me there was a vehicle near me and 2. one would flash me my speed.  The speed feature, though not a voice alert, was nice as I can find myself driving a bit too fast in cars I don’t know – heck, sometimes that happens in my own vehicle.  This is where you might just find the Uniden R7 to be a handy little device to bring aboard your vehicle.

You ask what’s so special about the Uniden R7 – it’s more than a radar detector.  It can help you keep your speed to where it should be – keeping you safer, other vehicles on the road safer and keeping money in your pocket rather than doling it out on a speeding ticket.

The device comes equipped with:

  • With voice notifications and a MAX speed warning system you will be able to hear when you exceed the preset speed without taking your eyes off the road – which in turn will help avoid speeding tickets.  In addition….
  • The large OLED display includes arrows that identify the direction of incoming threats and change color on a scale of green to red to indicate the signal’s strength.
  • The Uniden R7 radar tracks up to four signals simultaneously for greater awareness as you drive

Can you see the benefits of owning a Uniden R7?  You can monitor your speed without taking your eyes off the road. This device will let you know when you go above that MAX speed with the voice notifications and MAX speed warning system – preventing you falling prey to a speeding ticket.  Though, more importantly, you’ll be keeping your vehicle at a safe driving speed.  Seriously, let’s face it – driving on the roads isn’t what it was 20, or even, 10 yrs ago.  We all have to do our part to keep ourselves, our passengers and other vehicles on the road safe.  The device has a large display – a feature older eyes really appreciate.  And, it tracks up to four signals.

Key Product Specs

  • Voice notifications – Allow you to focus on the road
  • Works with most vehicles
  • Get real-time alerts in your existing vehicle.
  • Color OLED display – The easy-to-see information display provides a clear view.  Plus, the large screen allows you to quickly and easily read the information while allowing you to maintain focus on the road ahead.
  • Long-range detection – High sensitivity on all conventional and instant-on radar bands…Directional arrows indicate where the radar signal is originating from
  • K-Filter and Ka-Filter – Filter noise from the K and Ka bands to prevent false detections (K and Ka bands are radio wave frequencies that send out alerts with many detectors telling you how strong (close) the signal is).

There are so many that could benefit from owning a Uniden R7.  Head on over to the Best Buy site to read all the specs on the Uniden R7.  Stay safe.

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Apr 152019
 

Vivitar Smart Wireless Doorbell

One WINNER will win a Vivitar Smart Security Wireless Doorbell

Value : $119.99

Hosted by: Night Helper

Dates: 4/15~4/25 12AM

USA Only 18 yrs & up

 

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We reserve the right to make revisions, to cancel, or suspend this contest for any reason. We are not associated with any of the companies named above. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to the US 18+ only. Confirmed Winner(s) (by Random.org) will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor(s) will be responsible for product shipment to winner(s) of this giveaway. Night Helper Blog (and any other blog participating) is not responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements. Entrants must only enter with either one email address, IP address and/or Facebook account, anyone found violating these rules will be disqualified. It is at the sole discretion of the admin of the giveaway if the winner has met the rules or not.

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